Wisteria is flowering vine with cascades of blue to purple flowers. They look amazing hanging from a pergola or archway in spring and early summer.More Information
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Fall and spring are the best times to plant this vine. Mild climates can plant in summer and in winter when the ground is diggable. Be sure to provide plenty of water when summer planting.
Wisteria can grow well in sun or shade, but full sun will result in the best flowering. These plants are very adaptable, but prefer moist, well-drained, fertile soil. We recommend adding a layer of mulch and fertilizing with a balanced, slow release fertilizer when planting and each spring.
These flowering vines bloom from spring to early summer. In most climates they flower for about 2 months starting in May or June.
Growing vines in containers is a great option to control size and maintain a plant in an environment where ground planting is difficult or not allowed. Wisterias grown in pots will need to be watered more often. Cut back your plant every year when it goes dormant. In zones 5 to 6a the container should be moved into a basement or garage during winter. For best results, use an organic planting mix for your pots.
Pruning this plant will help you get the most out it’s blooms. Trim back at least ½ of the growth from the prior year in late winter. This vine blooms on new growth so you can prune this plant back completely every year and not miss out on flowers.
This native flowering vine offers charm, beauty, and a deep purple color that is sublime. This non-invasive plant is a vigorous bloomer that is perfect for trellises, arbors, and more. It is also disease resistant and deer and drought tolerant.
This stunning plant is a heavy bloomer with rich blue-violet flowers that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators. Turn a drab fence into a fab fence with this exciting vine. This easy to grow plant is deer and drought tolerant and disease resistant.
Enjoy the same bold color and great features as the Blue Chinese Wisteria vine in tree form. This rare dwarf flowering tree is one you need to have in your landscape. Wisterias attract butterflies and hummingbirds in droves so get ready for a show!